Collection Specialist - State Documents

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Arizona State Library

  • 1 person is interested

Do you enjoy learning about Arizona history? Want to know more about state publications? Are you detail oriented? The Arizona State Publications Collection maintains a robust collection of publications produced by Arizona government agencies from territorial days to present. The state library is the central depository of all official state publications per ARS 41-151.09. This position will help the State Documents Librarian with the collection includes items such as annual reports, newsletters, audits, special reports and studies. This position is ideal for a MLS student/graduate looking to learn more of the technical services side of library services.

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About Arizona State Library

Location:

1700 W Washington Street, 7th floor, Phoenix, AZ 85007, US

Mission Statement

Empowering Arizona libraries to offer excellent customer service through consulting, grant funding, resources, and training.

Description

The Get Involved Collaborative seeks new ways to use the skills and experience of library volunteers to make a difference in their community. Public libraries are positioned to engage this talent to extend their capacity in the community and to develop advocates and supporters of library services. The Get Involved Collaborative comprises libraries from California, Idaho, Arizona and Texas.

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

1919 W. JeffersonPhoenix, AZ 85007

(33.4508,-112.091)
 

SKILLS

  • Library Sciences
  • History
  • Basic Computer Skills

GOOD FOR

N/A

REQUIREMENTS

  • 3-4 hours a week

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